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SULLITE 



PORTABLE ELECTRIC PLANTS 



BULLETIN No. 100-B 



SULLIVAN ACCESSORIES 




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CHICAGO 

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LONDON 

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\oii know the story of Aladdin — how It was only necessary for him 
to rub his magic lamp and a genie instantly appeared to serve his every 
wish — 

Sullite" Electric Plants are not unlike this — nothing magic or 
supernatural of course — but as instantly responsive to serve you, to 
meet your lighting requirements — and so we say that a "Sullite" on 
your job is like having the magic of Aladdin's lamp to serve you. 



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'^Sullite" Always Ready To Go 

^ Whether a quick portable source of night illumina- 
tion must be had, or a lighting arrangement for con- 
sistent night after niglit operation to help keep up the 
working schedule, "Sullite'* Electric Plants (self- 
contained) are ideal for the job — and always on ihe job 
ready to go. 

In no other lines of work must emergencies be met 
so promptly and effectively as in oil drilling and in the 
construction field. Adverse weather conditions, un- 
expected delays from innumerable causes may make 
the job lag behind. These delays cannot always be 
made up by enlarging the day crew, but only by over- 
time work or a regular night shift — and that is where 
''SuUite'' Electric Plants ''pay offr 

Portable and Self Contained 

"Sullite" Electric Plants are portable and entirely 
self contained. They were particularly designed and 
constructed to meet the lighting requirements for 
drilling rigs and other night operations, and are there- 



fore, highly satisfactory outfits for the severe require- 
ments of all lines of night construction work, construc- 
tion camps, or small permanent installations. 

Positive Illumination 

When illumination is required on vour job it must be 
available at once — without delay or fuss, from a source 
that can be operated by any one of the crew. It must be 
steady, flickerless, unfailing, and defy wind and storm. 
That is the kind of illumination you will get from 
"Sullite" Electric Plants because they are built to 
supply just that kind of lighting service. 

Safe Illumination 

Everyone knows the advantages of electric illumina- 
tion. It is flexible, easily installed, and free from fire 
hazards. No open flames to sputter, to be blown out, 
or worse, to come in contact with inflammable material. 
When you must have light you want positive light— and 
absolutely safe light— and that is '\Sullite'' Electric Plant 
Illumination. 



Advantages of "Sullite" Electric Plants 

Clean, safe and steady illumination 

Standard 110 volts 

Completely self-contained 

Will operate electric appliances and tools 

Easy to connect and operate — No expert knowledge required 

Specially built for severe service and to withstand vibration when 

installed on power equipment 





ALL THE MAGIC OF ALADDIN'S LAMP COULD NOT 
HAVE SERVED YOUR LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS BETTER 

THAN "SULLITE" 




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1500 Watts— Direct Current 



Sullivan "Sullite" Electric Plants, Models "SW," 
**SY/' "SYY," and "SR," air cooled, are identical in 
construction details and general appearance; the only 
difference being in the size of the generator and engine. 

The accompanying picture shows the appearance and 
construction features, and the following specifications 
and features cover all the models and sizes mentioned. 



Engine 

The engine is of the single 
cylinder, 4-cycle air cooled 
type, especially designed for 
this duty and accurately built 
for sustained operation with 
simple attention. On all sizes, 
the engine is of adequate horse 
power to deliver the full rated 
capacity continuously, and 
even a reasonable overload 
when required, yet is remark- 
ably economical in operation. 

The magneto is of the high 
tension type and built in to 
the flywheel. It supplies a fat, 
hot spark that makes start- 
ing easy. 

Double cooling blowers are 
provided, so that the engine 
is kept cool while pulling the 
full rated capacity load in the 
hottest climate. 



Generator 



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Model "SY^' "Sullite" Electric Plant, 110 V., 750 W. 



The generators are especially built for the severe 
service for which these plants are so frequently used. 
They are of the compound w^ound type, and especially 
insulated to withstand a great deal of moisture and 
heat. The commutator design is the result of careful 
study to assure a smooth, flickerless, flow of current 
at all times. 



Completely Self Contained 

* 'SuUite" Plants are completely self contained and 
ready for operation when received. Everything neces- 
sary for satisfactory operation Is included. It is only 
necessary to put in the fuel and oil to start the plant in 
operation. 

They are of the most rugged and sturdy construction 
throughout, but their extremely compact design makes 
them comparatively light in weight for their capaci- 
ty — features that make '*Siillite" plants very desirable 
for all portable uses. 



Standard Current 

"SuUite" Electric Plants generate standard 110 
volts, direct current (32 volts D. C. may also be had 
in the Models "SW," 350 watts, and "SY,"750 watts). 
Direct Current is preferable for portable lighting 
requirements. Motors may also be operated up to the 
capacity of the plants, either standard D. C. or uni- 
versal wound type (see table on page 5), 

The current is supplied direct from the generator. 
No storage battery of any kind is required. 

Steady Current and Voltage 

Second only to their sturdy dependability, the most 
desirable feature of "SuUite" Electric Plants is the 
extremely steady current output, providing flickerless 
lights and constant voltage under aU load conditions. 
This feature gives you the same steady voltage and 
current as any city power supply. There is no danger 
of burning out lamps with the "SuUite," even when most 
of the load is suddenly turned off or on. "SuUite" plants 
handle any load, from a single lamp of the smallest 




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Sullite" Model "W," U V., 400 W., Battery Charging Plant 



size to the full load, without flicker or danger of 
burning out the lamps. 

Steady current and voltage are obtained because 
of the special compound wound generators, the re- 
sponsive governor action on the engine speed, and the 
special spring coupling between the engine and gen- 
erator, which assure smooth operation. 

Special Spring Coupling and 

Power Take-Off Pulley 

The special spring coupling (our own design) between 
the engine and generator assures absolutely flickerless 
light. The unique torsion spring arrangement takes up 
all the explosion impulses between the engine and 
generator. This special spring coupling is obtainable 
only on *'Sullite" built plants. 

The coupling may also be used for'belt power take- 
off drive, up to the horsepower of the engine. 

Plug-In Socket 

A convenient plug-in socket is located on the side of 
the generator. Tliis arrangement makes it very con- 
venient to connect the lighting or load line, and adds 
greatly to the portability of these plants. 

The model "SR," 1500 watts, has two such plug-in 
sockets, so two separate lines can be conveniently 
strung. All other air cooled models have one such 
plug-in socket, except the 12-volt Model "W" plants, 
where connection is made to a switchboard on the 
generator. 

Hand or Foot Starter 

All "Sullite" air cooled Electric Plants are provided 
with a convenient hand or foot lever starter. This 
arrangement assures starting the engine quickly and 
conveniently with absolutely no danger of kick back. 



Model "W,"400 Watts, 12 Volts, 

For Storage Battery Charging 

A small self-contained portable electric plant for 
charging electric starter batteries is a necessity where 
there are several motor trucks and cars operating away 
from regular garage facilities. Especially in the oil 
fields, where there is so much night driving, the excessive 
use of headlights runs the battery down faster than 
the car's generator can recharge it. 

The "SuUite" :\Iodel "W," 400-watt, 12-volt, Electric 
Plant is designed for recharging the 6 and 12-volt 
storage batteries used with the electric starters on the 
larger gasoline engines. Many outfits have one or more 
of these plants on hand to quickly and conveniently 
recharge the starter batteries. The delays and the 
danger of hand cranking the larger gasoline engines 
are thus avoided and ample light for night driving is 
assured. 

Model "W" is identical with the Model ''SW," 
350-watt plant, except a generator of 400 watts (12- 
volts) is used, and the necessary switchboard for 
battery charging is provided. 

^ This 12-volt Model "W,'' 400-watt plant can charge 
either one and up to twelve 6- volt batteries at onetime, 
or one and up to six, 12-volt batteries at one time. It 
may be started from either two 6-volt or one 12-volt 
battery by merely pressing in the starting switch 
provided for this purpose. The convenient hand or foot 
lever starter is also provided as on the 110-volt plants. 

Sheet IVIetal Housing 

Any of the models, "SW," 350 watts; "W," 400 
watts, "SY," 750 watts, ^'SYY," 900 watts, or '*SR," 
1500 watts can be supplied with a sheet metal housing 
as shown below. 

This housing (less the side covers) is usually sufficient 
to protect the plant from the weather. A canvas cover 
for the sides may be used when necessary. Removable 
metal side covers, completely enclosing the plant can 
be supplied on special order. 




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SAK 


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Capacity in Watts 


350 


400 


750 


900 


1500 


1500 


2500 


Standard Voltage* 


110,32 


12 


110,32 


110 


110 


110 


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Number of 25 watt lamps (or equivalent) plant ^^ ill carry at one time 


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60 


60-75 


100 


Total Electric Motor Load plant will carry at one time** 


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HH.F, 


9/10 H.P. 


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Horsepower of Engine at normal speed. , . 


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Coolinff System of Engine 


Air 
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Air 
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Air 
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Air 

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Air 
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Water 
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Water 
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Approximate number of hours plant will operate at rated load on 
1 gallon of erasoline 


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5H 


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Weights and Dimensions 












Overall Lenii^th of Plant, Inches. . . 


2G 


26 


36 


3G 


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Overall ^^ idth of Plant, Inches. 


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14 


16 
24 


10 


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Overall Height of Plant, Inches 


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Approximate Net Weight of Plants, Lbs.t 


135 


139 


225 j 


230 


280 1 


625 


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o90 


Approximate Domestic Shipping Weight, Lbs. ft 


155 


160 


275 


280 


330 


700 


765 




Approximate Export Gross Shippine Weit^ht, Lbs. ft 


210 


215 


325 


330 

16 


400 


800 


865 




Cubic Dimensions, less house, Cu. Ft 


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16 


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Housing 
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Housing 
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Cubic Dimensions, with house, Cu. Ft 


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Code Words and Prices 






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Codeword* 


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AegiwJ 


Aegob 


Aegut 


Aigar 


Aigen 


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Extra for Metal Side Covers (2) 


















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Natural Gas Operation 












Approximate capacity of plant in watts when operating on 


320 


320 


720 


800 


1225 


1500 


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*110 volts is standard on all models, except Model 
"W" in which 12 volts is standard. Models "SW" and 
*'SY" may be had for 32-volt operation when specified. 

**Direct Current or Universal type motors. 

jWeight of sheet metal housing not included on air 
cooled plants. For housing add weights as follows: 
Model "SW," 35 lbs.; Model "W," 35 lbs.; Model 
"SY," 50 lbs.; Model "SYY," 50 lbs.; Model "SR," 

90 lbs. Housing is standard on Models "SAK" and 
"SBK" and is included in the weights stated. 

tfGross weight less sheet metal housing (except 
Models "SAK" and "SBK" which are standard with 
housing). For housings add the following gross weights: 
Model "SW," 50 lbs.; "W," 50 lbs.; "SY," 75 lbs.; 



"SYY," 75 lbs.; "SR," 90 lbs., to this figure. 

#Code word for standard outfit, complete (less fuel 
and oil) and ready to run, as described above and in 
accompanying pages. Specify extra equipment in 
addition to code word as: (code word) with (equipment). 
If air cooled type plant with sheet metal housing but 
without side covers is wanted give the Code Word of 
the plant and also the Code Word '\4igom'\ If plant 
with housing and side covers is desired, give code word 
of plant and the Code Word''AiguV\ For Xatural Gas 
Carburetor give word ''Aogif\ in addition to code word. 

|For Model "SW," 32 volts or Model "SY," 32 volts, 
the Code Word is ""Aogig'\ in addition to code word in 
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Fmiit view of Model "riAK" or SBK" Plant, with iladiaior aii«l 

Housing. Xote the switch block and rheostat in rear 

Models "SAK" and ''SBK" were developed and are 
supplied for the oil fields, and for all other construction 
and industrial work, where portable electric i)lants for 
extremely heavy duty are required. 

The Model **SAIv" IH K.W. (loUU Watts) and 
"SBK" i}4 K.W. (2500 Watts) are identical in every 
respect, with exception of generator capacity. 

The 13^ K.W. unit will light twenty-two 75-watt 
lamps (or equivalent) or will operate up to 13^H.P., 
D.C. or Universal type motors. The ^^2 K.W. size will 
light thirty-sLx 75-watt lamps (or equivalent) or will 
operate up to 2)^ H.P.,D.C. or Universal type motors. 

To particularly meet the requirements, for which 
plants of this size are used> these models come standard 
with sheet metal housing as shown. The illustration 
below, right, shows the unit with housing removed. 

Engine 

The engine is of the one-cylinder, four-cycle water 
cooled tvpe, developing up to 5 H.P. at normal speed 
of plant,^ which is only 1100 R.P.M. on the 1^ K.W., 
and 1300 R.P.M. on the 2}4 K.AV. It is of the over- 
head valve design, extremely easy to service, and very 
accessible throughout. 

A High Tension Magneto with impulse coupling, 
comprises the simple, positive ignition system. 

The engine starts promptly under all climatic con- 
ditions and there is absolutely no danger of kick back. 

The crankshaft is fully counterbalanced, making 
these plants run more smoothly than many of the four- 
cyUnder units on the market. 



Desirable Features 



These units were designed particularly for oil field, 
outdoor and construction lighting. They are easy to 
maintain, economical to operate, and can be depended 
upon to stand up under long and severe service. 

Each unit is equipped with a power pulley which is 
often convenient to operate grinding wheels and other 
small machines. A large plate back of the power 
pulley is removable to provide easy access to the 
generator brushes and the commutator. A terminal 
block is located on the upper rear of the housing, so two 
separate line circuits can be conveniently attached. 
The fuel tank has sufficient capacity to run all night. 

The main switch with fuse block, the voltage control 
rheostat and the pilot light are located on the rear panel 
inside of the housing, where they are easily reached. 

Generator 

The generator, including brushes and commutator, 
is oversize throughout, and will stand overloads for 
hours without injury. Special commutating poles 
(interpoles) give absolutely sparkless commutation. 

Voltage Regulation 

These plants have constant automatic voltage regu- 
lation under all load conditions, which prevents burn- 
ing out of lamps or motors regardless of the load that 
is turned on or off. 

Economy 

"Sullite'* plants are very economical to operate, requir- 
ing only about 1% pints of gasoline per kilowatt hour. 
No storage battery of any kind is required — every plant 

is completely self contained and ready for operation ivhen 
received. 




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In the Oil Fields 
^^SuUite'' Plants Pay Oflf 

Hundreds of the smaller air cooled 
"Sullite" Plants are used in the oil 
fields, for all kinds of service. The 
harder the service, the more popular 
have ''Sullite" electric plants become. 

^^ Model "SW," 350-watt, and Model 
"SY," 750-watt, are desirable for 
spudders, portable rigs and other 
mobile service; for lighting drill and 
tool sheds and for flood lighting. 

Model "W," 400-watt, (See page 4) 
is used to charge automobile and 
truck batteries, and to keep the 6 and 
IS-volt starting batteries of the larger 
engines fully charged. 

The Model "SR," loOO-watt, is a 
suitable plant for derrick and other 
lighting where up to twenty 75-watt 
lamps (or equivalent) is sufficient 
illumination. 

"SuUite" Electric Plants "pay off'' 
because of their economical and 
thoroughly dependable operation. 
"SuUite" Plants are always on the job. 




Rear view of Model *'SAK" or "SBK" showing power pulley and 
convenient double plug connector Ijlock for connecting lines 



Use " Stringalite " Safety Lighting Cable 



**Stringalite" Safety Lighting Cable was developed 
especially to withstand the severe demands of oil field 
and other outdoor lighting service, and for use in mines. 




"Stringalite" provides the 
safety and utility of a 
permanent installation, with 
the wiring simplicity and 
economy of a temporary job, 
and is therefore particularly 
suited for use with "SuUite" 
Electric Plants. 

It is unusually durable, 
being made of the finest 
moulded rubber covered cable. 
Moulded rubber covered fitt- 
ings, vulcanized to the cable 
make "Stringalite'* safe and 
practically indestructible. 

Among the valuable features of '*Stringalite'* are: 
installation, extension or removal may be done quickly 
and easily by workmen on the job; it may be hung over 
any projecting object such as a nail, timber or bracket — 
no insulators or special supports are required; there are 
no taped joints to give trouble; one hundred per cent 
salvage value is secured upon removal or change of 
location; ample light is provided where it is needed; 
the length may be extended to any required distance 




Stringalite" Calile with sockets and end connectors 



from the current source; sockets and connections are 
practically unbreakable; standard lamp guards may 
be used; and a heavy coat of tough moulded rubber 

covers the cable, connectors 
and sockets in one piece, 
thoroughly insulating each 
part against electrical leak- 
age, providing perfect protec- 
tion against wear and weather, 

"Stringalite'' consists of a 
tough moulded rubber covered, 
stranded No, 10 two-conduc- 
tor light cable, into which 
moulded rubber covered, por- 
celain lamp sockets are vul- 
canized at 33j^3-foot intervals. 
Cable and connectors are 
tested at 1500 volts. Moulded 
rubber blank screw plugs are used to seal light sockets 
that are not in use, the whole {>roviding a moisture-proof 
corrosion-proof and absolutely safe lighting system. 

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Stringalite" is carried in stock in lengths 
of 100 and 200 feet, with three lamp sockets to every 
hundred-foot length and plug-in end connectors, 
attached. Other lengths may be had on order. 

"Stringalite" bulletin No. lOO-A and prices will l)e 
gladly sent on request. 



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The illustration above shows the general construction 
of "Sullite" Four-cylinder Electric Plants, which are 
available in the following »izes: Ij/^ K.W.; SJ^^ K.W.; 
4 K.W.; 5 K.AY.; 7>^ K.W.; 10 K.W. and 15 KW. 
for generating direct current. 

These four - cylinder plants are completely self- 
contained, and can be furnished in either 110 volts or 
250 volts. They require no storage battery of any kind. 



Alternating Current Plants 

"Sullite" Electric Plants are also available in alter- 
nating current, 110 volts, in standard sizes from ll^ 

K.V.A. to 10 K.V.A. 

Detailed information on any of the abo\e machines 
will be sent upon request. Specify the current char- 
acteristics desired, whether A. C. or I). C. 




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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, U. S. A 



Works at: Claremount, N. H. and Michigan City, Ind. 



OFFICES in the INITLD STATES 



Haxter Springs Kansas 

Birmingham, Ala. . . 019 Xurth 10th St. 

Boston, Mass 45 Milk St. 

Butte, Mont 54 E. Bronrlway 

Claremont, N. H Main St. 

Cleveland, Ohio. . IjOG Rockefeller Bldg. 
Dallas, Texas . . . H-H Santa Fe lildg. 
Denver, Colo. . . 83G Equitable Bldg. 

DuLi'Tn, Minn Ahvortli Bldg. 

El Paso, Texas 511 Mills Bldg. 

Huntington. W. Va. . . 702 Eighth Ave. 

Knoxville, Tenn 0^3 .Market St. 

Los Angeles, Calif., 40th and Santa Fe Ave. 
Muskogee, Okla. . . . 4'28 N. Second St. 

New York 30 Cliurch St. 

Philadelphia 5^7 Commercial Trnst Bldg. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. . . Farmers Bank Bldg. 



Salt Lake City, Utah. 117 \V. M Soutli St. 
San Francisco. Calif. . . 5S2 Market St. 

ScR.^ATox, Pa 133 Adams Ave. 

Spokane, Wash. . * . . 129 So. Lincoln St. 
St. Louis, Mo. . . Railway E.\change Bldg. 

FOREIGN OFFICES 

Algiers, Africa ... 10 Rue Cavaignac 
Antofagasta, Chile . . . Balmaccda, 61 
Bogota, Colombia .... Apartado 1659 
Brussels, Belgium . . 8 Boul. Anspach 
Buenos Airf.-, Argentina 

Calle Cangallo, 834 

Budapest, Hungary . . V. Becsi utca 8 

Calcutt.\, India 6 Church Lane 

Carac.\s, Venezuela . . . Apartado 239 

DuRB.vN, Natal 365 Smith St. 

Havana, Cuba 

. . . Habana 66, esquina a Empedrado 



Istanbul, Turkey 1G8 Grande Rue dc Pcra 
Johannesburg, Transvaal, Gem l House 
Katowice. Poland . . . Podgorna, X(j. 1 
London, England, Salisbury House, E. C. 2 

Madrid, Spain Peligros No. 20 

Mexico City . Edlficio Cook, Dept. 215 
OsLO» Norway . . . Toldbodgateu No. 8b 
Paris, France .... 3G Ave. de TOpera 
Rio DE Janeiro, Brazil, 91 Rua de Sao Pedro 

Santiago, Chile Casilla 27 

Sao Paulo, Brazil, Praca Ramos .\zevedo. 16 
Sydney, N. S. \V. ... 58 Margaret St. 
Tokyo, Japan, 

No. 1 Ni-Chome, lloncho, Nihonbaahi-Ku 

Toronto, No. 2, Canada . 37 Colborne St. 
Turin (103). Italy . . Via Perrone, No. 4 

Vancouver, B. C 633 Howe St. 

Wellington, N. Z. . , . 65 Taranaki St. 




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